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By Rob Langrell
Publisher of The Sidney Sun-Telegraph 

Rivalry game opens District B-8 play

Sidney-Scottsbluff tilt will feature run games

 

Larry Brown / For The Sun-Telegraph

Sidney running back Hunter Secrest will help lead the Raiders' running attack against Scottsbluff on Friday night.

Sidney head football coach Chris Koozer knows he won't have to do much to get his Red Raiders fired up this week. A quick look at the schedule shows the next foe: Scottsbluff.

Enough said.

When these rivals meet, you can – as the adage goes – "throw out the records."

This Friday night's game at Scottsbluff (7 p.m. kickoff) marks the start of District B-8 play – an important three-game stretch with the team that emerges on top earning an automatic berth in the Class B state tournament.

"You can put all records aside," Koozer said. "Both teams are 0-0 going into this one with that auto...



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